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November 30, 2007


Following the eruption of Krakatoa, Turner painted the sunsets in England from the same spot, evening after evening. It's a good record of what the after-effects of the eruption did to the atmosphere. What any of that could say beyond the colors I don't know.

We know what the temps were, because the British took voluminous records in many, many places. This is just silliness. And it's probably well-subsidized, too

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